Eye on the Skies
Sep 30, 2020Ever wonder what it's like to work on the world's largest digital camera? Wonder no more, thanks to 2009 Texas A&M physics graduate and KAVLI Postdoctoral Fellow Andrew Bradshaw, who shares first-person perspective and photographs from inside the LSST camera clean room at Stanford University's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory.
Sep 29, 2020Dr. Jeniree Flores Delgado '16 never pictured herself as a future podcaster during her graduate student days at Texas A&M. This past July, she launched LatinX Can, a podcast series that aims to highlight the achievements of Latinx professionals, celebrate the Latinx community's diversity and inspire people to dream big.
Aug 12, 2020Congratulations to Dr. R. Bowen Loftin '71, one of 12 Aggies honored this year with the university's highest former student honor, the Distinguished Alumnus Award. Loftin, who served as the 24th president of Texas A&M University (2010-14) as well as vice president and chief executive officer of Texas A&M University at Galveston (2005-10), received his bachelor of science in physics in 1970 from Texas A&M.
Degrees of Distinction
Jun 30, 2020Congratulations to Caltech chemist, 2000 Texas A&M chemistry graduate and College Station native Dr. Thomas F. Miller III, who has been selected by the Texas A&M College of Science for its highest alumni honor — induction into the college's Academy of Distinguished Former Students.
May 27, 2020Texas A&M Science remembers Clint Crampton '99, an academic advisor within the Texas A&M Biology Undergraduate Program since 2004 who was revered for his humor, warmth and generosity, as well as his empathy for and understanding of Texas A&M students and their families.
May 26, 2020Congratulations to 1986 Texas A&M statistics graduate Dr. Katherine "Kathy" Ensor, Noah G. Harding Professor of Statistics in the George R. Brown School of Engineering at Rice University, who has been elected as the 117th president of the American Statistical Association.
Jul 30, 2019Congratulations to Dr. Richard A. Box '61, one of 10 Aggies honored this year with the university's highest former student honor, the Distinguished Alumnus Award. Box, a chairman emeritus of the Texas A&M System Board of Regents and former commanding general of the Texas State Guard who helped lead the state's response during hurricanes Katrina and Rita, received his bachelor's in zoology in 1961 from Texas A&M.
Mar 19, 2019Two prominent Texas A&M University former students from the College of Science have earned selection by the college for its highest alumni honor, induction into its Academy of Distinguished Former Students. Col. (Ret) Harry Kay Lesser Jr., Class of 1970, of Herndon, Va.; and Joel E. Richter, M.D., Class of 1971, of Tampa, Fla., will […]
Honoring an Energy Pioneer
Dec 28, 2018The late Texas A&M distinguished petroleum engineering graduate George P. Mitchell '40, a global visionary, legendary philanthropist and generous benefactor of both Texas A&M University and Texas A&M Science, is one of four 2019 inductees into the Petroleum Museum Hall of Fame in recognition for pioneering the technology that made the viable extraction of shale energy possible.
Evolution of Communication
Dec 19, 2018After 10 years of observing communications habits in primates, Texas A&M zoology graduate Lisa O'Bryan '08 is taking on one of the most complex species to date -- college students at Rice University, where in January she will begin studying real-world social networking in a campus setting with the goal of improving societal interactions on a broader scale.
No I in #TeamTravis
Sep 28, 2018The bond between student and mentor is one that transcends time. This week, Lt. Col. Patrick Kennedy '05, 60th Medical Group Lab and Pathology Flight commander at Travis Air Force Base and a 2014 Academy of Distinguished Former Students inductee, contacted his graduate professor, Texas A&M biologist Wayne Versaw, to share a bit of good news -- that Versaw's first graduate student has been awarded the Bronze Star Medal for meritorious achievement.
Into the Wild
Mar 30, 2018Meet 2012 Texas A&M zoology graduate Victoria Burman '12, who followed her passion first to Aggieland and then to Africa, where she will mark her fourth year as an excursion guide in July. "The only time most people see what we see every day is on Discovery and National Geographic," she says. "It's cool to help people appreciate it."
Perseverance in Action
Feb 28, 2018By the time 2016 Texas A&M applied mathematical sciences graduate Angel Castillo '15 was in eighth grade, he knew education was the key to his future and the way out of his circumstances, thanks to teachers who saw in him what he once couldn't and a unique Texas Instruments project known as GEAR UP.
Nov 30, 2017Meet the inventor of LASIK, Charles R. Munnerlyn '62, a Texas A&M physics graduate, distinguished alumnus and namesake of the Munnerlyn Astronomical Laboratory who revolutionized the optics industry by building the first excimer laser system for vision correction in the 1980s.
Building Blocks of Tradition
Nov 15, 2017Texas A&M biology graduate Luke Lyons '08 has always loved LEGOs. His most recent creation courtesy of his ingenuity with the classic childhood toy is a replica of what many consider one of Texas A&M's crown jewels, the 103-year-old Academic Building.